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Short Bout of Exercise Might Boost Your Memory

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By Alan Mozes HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, Sept. 24, 2018 (HealthDay News) — Just a little bit of light exercise can immediately improve a person’s memory, new Japanese research suggests. How little? The small study involved 36 healthy college-aged men and women and found that just 10 minutes of relaxed cycling on a stationary bike was all it took to improve…

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Shifting views of wellness aren't helping US obesity problem

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KANSAS CITY — In a move that reflects a consumer shift away from dieting, Weight Watchers has unveiled a new name, WW, and a new statement: “Wellness that Works.” The company hopes to attract a broader audience that seeks to adopt healthy habits — not just those with a few (or more) pounds to lose. The new direction includes a…

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This Dad Achieved a 91-Pound Weight Loss Thanks to the Keto Diet and Running

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If anyone knows the power of a mile, it’s Jason Aberly. His mile-long runs quickly snowballed into a marathon — and he ended up losing almost 100 pounds in a little over a year. The 38-year-old from Colorado used to plow through his 10,000 steps on hikes around his home state. But children and life in general started getting in…

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150 mins of exercise every week can reduce risk of Alzheimer's disease

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WASHINGTON D.C. [USA]: Exercise may delay cognitive decline in people with rare Alzheimer’s disease (AD), suggests a study. For individuals carrying a genetic mutation that causes AD, engaging in at least 2.5 hours of physical activity per week may have beneficial effects on markers of Alzheimer’s disease brain changes and may delay cognitive decline. According to the authors, these results…

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Intermittent fasting is this season's 'it' diet. But is it healthy?

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The 39-year-old mother of two from Darby Borough, Delaware County, eats only between 4 and 8 p.m., and is an evangelist for “intermittent fasting,” the popular diet plan that involves designating times when the dieter can and can’t dine. The theory is that sending the body into a state of fasting — long reserved for religious observances — will lead to…

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10 natural weight-loss remedies that don't work

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Many people are quick to assume that “natural” weight loss tricks are easier and healthier than following standard diet advice. Whether it’s guzzling coconut oil or sipping on spicy lemonade, there are plenty of natural diet methods that are based more on fads than facts. Here are a few natural weight loss remedies you’ve likely heard about that don’t actually…

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Weight Watchers' name change is a perfect metaphor for the hypocrisy of “wellness”

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If the wellness industry were a pyramid, clean eating would be at its foundation. Stacked on top of that would be activities like yoga and meditation, and on top of that nutritional accouterments like fish oil supplements, adaptogens, and a whole bunch of collagen. Skin potions that promise to fight aging would come next, and at the very top of…

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The Bare Minimum of Exercise Needed for a Brain Boost Is Very Reasonable

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There’s no shortage of research saying that exercise is good for our brains. And those who do exercise can’t deny that it provides a sense of clarity and sharpness that’s hard to find elsewhere. But most of us are fundamentally lazy and can’t help but wonder: What is the absolute bare minimum you can do, and still reap the huge…

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How to lose weight: Scientists say THIS diet is best for burning off fat fast

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There is so much information on dieting, it can be difficult to know where to begin. High protein diets have become big news in the fitness world in recent years – and with good reason. Adding more protein to you diet can help you lose weight and build muscle, a scientific study has revealed. Researchers in Copenhagen, Denmark, found eating…

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Strenuous Exercise When You're Angry Might Do More Harm Than Help, Study Says

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Most think a good workout can help you blow off steam, but researchers have found strenuous exercise while angry can raise the risk of a heart attack for some people. The study looked at more than 12,000 heart attacks in 52 countries. Researchers asked participants if they engaged in heavy exertion within an hour before their heart attack, and if they…

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The 7 Best Protein Powders for Weight Loss

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Protein powders have long appealed to people who want to build muscle and become stronger. But they can also help those who want to shed weight. As a convenient and tasty way to increase your protein intake, these powders offer many weight loss benefits — such as appetite control. They’re highly concentrated dairy- or plant-based sources of protein that may…

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Weight loss can be boosted fivefold thanks to novel mental imagery technique

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IMAGE: Dr. Linda Solbrig, research lead, Trisha Bradbury, patient who lost nearly 2 stone trilliang the inervention, and Professor Jackie Andrade from the University of Plymouth. view more  Credit: University of Plymouth Overweight people who used a new motivational intervention called Functional Imagery Training (FIT) lost an average of five times more weight than those using talking therapy alone, shows new…

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Researchers compare weight loss results of online and in-person diabetes prevention program

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FINDINGS Researchers examined participation and weight loss results in an online diabetes prevention program; an in-person diabetes prevention program; and the Veterans Administration's face-to-face standard-of-care weight management program, called MOVE! In the primary analysis, enrollees in the online diabetes prevention program saw a mean weight loss of 10.3 pounds at 6 months and 8.8 pounds at 12 months. In a…

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Have You Tried The Negative Calorie Diet For Weight Loss? Top Foods To Eat In Negative Calorie Diet

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Negative calorie foods are foods which are low in calories and can be eaten guilt-free. Weight loss might sound easy. But at times, a person struggles to lose weight despite eating healthy and exercising regularly. In case this is the situation which you are going through right now, you can opt for the negative calorie diet or the diet which…

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Sunday Seniors: Falling Is Serious Risk for Seniors, but Exercise Helps

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Lebanon — The statistics about falls involving senior citizens are troubling: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 4 adults 65 and older fall each year, and the numbers are rising. There’s more: Every 20 minutes an older adult dies because of a fall (more than 27,000 a year), 1 in 5 falls cause a serious…

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Obese coffee addict sheds 51kg by following THIS plan

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Tara before her transformation Caters She switched her daily two large coffees and snacks for Isagenix shakes, clean eating and weight loss plans. Now weighing under 63kg, she was crowned the IsaBody Challenge Runner-Up last month out of 46,600 entrants celebrating her remarkable transformation Tara, now a personal trainer in the US, said: “After being diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis that…

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